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Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:58 pm  

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I agree with all the previous posts. Unfortunately, Noble sees things differently.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:10 pm  
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Mathers - Absolute coward. get rid now
Roberts - Didnt do anythin wrong but didnt do anything good either
Phelps - Doesnt lack enthusiasm but really isnt good enough. Thought he had a shocker today. His defence is appalling
Carmont - Steady enough but pretty quiet
Richards - Solid as a rock as ususal
Smith - always looks busy, pointing here there and everywhere and plenty chatting going on but doesnt actually do anything. Come back Trent!
Leuluai - was very good when he went to hooker
Fielden - quite happy with Fielden today actually. never stopped
Riddell - rubbish! I counted that he only took the ball in twice today. cleanest shirt on the pitch and how slow is he?
Feka - good when he was on. Just wish he'd stay on the field
Hock - far too many errors
Bailey - most average player ever. offers zero in attack
O'Loughlin - not his best performance ever. again, too many errors

Tomkins - definitely our best back rower. needs to start next week
Hansen - I bet he didnt even play 10 minutes today. why did noble choose to put Bailey back on and not Harrison
O'Carrol - outstanding again from Eamon. He scatters bodies as if he was 20 stone
Coley - absolutely shocking this mon. Cant believe he plays for us. And he always seems to get away with being rubbish


Top three...

Eamon
Fielden
Feka
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they are men of wigans best
a team that plaaayed, the wigan way
and won the championship in may

jim sullivan, he was the king
brian mctigue and johnny ring
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john ferguson and brett kenny
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:11 pm  

User avatarTricky Dicky wrote:
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Next week should be:

Amos

Pat
Carmont
Bailey
Phelps

Smith
Tommy

Fielden
Piggy
O Carroll
Hock
Hansen
Lockers

Feca
Prescott
J Tomkins
McIlorum / S Tomkins
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:13 pm  

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Meyt N Prater Pie wrote:
Top three...

Eamon
Fielden
Feka


Have to agree with that - three props our best players and we were still beaten down the middle and couldn't get up the field.

Drew ripped us to bits today.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:15 pm  

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Dont Like to say I told you so about Tim Smith, But I told you so! I remember Jonh e.t.c telling me last year that I knew nothing, and he would be a world beater. He offers nothing, apart from a few crap kicks and a few points of his finger.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:15 pm  

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Tricky Dicky wrote:
Next week should be:

Amos

Pat
Carmont
Bailey
Phelps

Smith
Tommy

Fielden
Piggy
O Carroll
Hock
Hansen
Lockers

Feca
Prescott
J Tomkins
McIlorum / S Tomkins


For the love of god no, anyone with even slight pace will tear him to shreds, the lad is running on dead legs.
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:17 pm  

User avatarTricky Dicky wrote:
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jonh wrote:
For the love of god know, anyone with even slight pace will tear him to shreds, the lad is running on dead legs.


He offers nothing in attack but is one of our best defenders and always finishes in our top 3 - 4 tacklers.

Our right hand side defence today was rubbish.

The reason why i would go with bails instead of goulding is that if goulding has one suspect element to his game he ofter gets caught out in defence.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:21 pm  

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Tricky Dicky wrote:
He offers nothing in attack but is one of our best defenders and always finishes in our top 3 - 4 tacklers.

Our right hand side defence today was rubbish.

The reason why i would go with bails instead of goulding is that if goulding has one suspect element to his game he ofter gets caught out in defence.


Like Bailey did today?

He was slow when he was a centre for us 2 years ago, he is even slower now and in my opinion a major weak link defending in the wide chanel.
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:24 pm  

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Tricky Dicky wrote:
Next week should be:

Amos

Pat
Carmont
Bailey
Phelps

Smith
Tommy

Fielden
Piggy
O Carroll
Hock
Hansen
Lockers

Feca
Prescott
J Tomkins
McIlorum / S Tomkins


Agreed apart from Bailey in the Centre , I would give Goulding an oppertuinity.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:25 pm  

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jonh wrote:
For the love of god know, anyone with even slight pace will tear him to shreds, the lad is running on dead legs.



Bailey got absolutely shat on today in the first half. I'm not sure which Wakey player it was, but they waltzed round him like he wasn't there :oops:
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